Sunday Afternoon Fever

Date
1993-10-03
Channel
Triple J (Australia)

Interview with Kim Wilde about her album ‘The Singles Collection 1981-1993’ and the singles from that album. Kim also takes questions from listeners.

Popshop

Date
1993-08-09
Channel
Radio 3 (Netherlands)

Kim is interviewed in the radio programme Popshop on Radio 3 (Netherlands).

Radio 1 Road Show

Date
1993-07-12
Channel
BBC Radio 1 (UK)

Kim appears at the Radio One Road Show in Irvine, Scotland to perform “If I can’t have you” and “You came”.

Capitol Radio

Date
1993-07-08
Channel
Capitol Radio (UK)

Kim is interviewed on Capitol Radio (UK).

Rockline

Date
1993-06-27
Channel
BBC Radio 1 (UK)

Kim is interviewed on the radio programme Rockline on BBC Radio 1 FM (UK).

Bambi ’93

Date
10 December 1993
Channel
RTL (Germany)

Kim lipsynchs ‘If I can’t have you’ in a seethrough top with a black bra and black trousers, backed by a band consisting of a drummer, a guitarist and a keyboard player. After her performance, the presenter of the show gives her a Bambi Award.

Téléthon

Date
1 December 1993
Channel
France

Kim lip-synchs to a medley of ‘You came’, ‘You keep me hangin’ on’ and ‘If I can’t have you’. She is dressed in black with pants with fringes.
The lights are blue and red, and there are lots of stairs on the stage. At the end of the performance there is an interview in French.

Thank you for participating to the French Telethon, merci.
C’est mon plaisir.

You speak French I know.
Juste un peu, oui.

L’année dernière vous à chantez avec Laurent Voulzy…
Oui, absolument. J’ai déjà participé au Téléthon il y a quelques années et je suis très heureuse d’etre ici ce soir.

Merci beaucoup, Kim!

Australian Music Awards

Date
27 November 1993
Channel
Australia

Kim and Australian actor Alexander Dimitriadis present the award for ‘best Australian live act’ and ‘best Australian music video’. In between, Kim is surprised when she is given a gold album for ‘The Singles Collection’ and a platinum single for ‘If I can’t have you’. She feels ‘truly honoured’.
A little later in the show, she sings ‘If I can’t have you’ live to a recorded backing track.

Des O’Connor Tonight

Date
24 November 1993
Channel
UK

Kim lipsynchs the album version of ‘In my life’ on an empty stage, wearing a silver jacket over black pants and a black top. She is surrounded by four male dancers, one of them is baring his chest.

The Big Breakfast

Date
18 November 1993
Channel
Channel 4 (UK)

On Kims Birthday, Chris Evans calls her up at 7 in the morning to congratulate her. Kim is obviously still a bit sleepy, but accepts Chris’s wishes gracefully of course…
Co-presenter Gaby Roslin is meanwhile waving with a picture of Kim.

Chris Evans: This girl has got her birthday today, Kim Wilde! (cheers) 33 years old today, of course Kim was on the show last week but apparently she’s on the phone now. Hello!
Hello hun’

Is that you?
Yeah…

I said I’d call you, didn’t I?
Yeah, you did!

There you are… Happy birthday to Kimmy.
Thanks hun, how are you?

I’m very well, thank you very much.
How’s Gaby?

Gaby: Hello! Happy birthday!
Hi hun.

Chris: She’s still sort of smarting from the reviews you got last week which were quite good.
(Laughs)

So how have you been since Friday? I mean, how’s the comedown from the Big Breakfast been?
Well, I’ve missed everyone, I’ve missed everyone there. Where’s Val?

Val’s around somewhere. He’s in the other room as usual.
I’ve missed you Val, we had a thing there, Val.

Did you? He’s still got it. Been to the doctor’s twice, but eh… can’t do anything about it. So describe the scene there, are you watching TV in the bed or are you in the living room?
Well I’m lying in bed in my house, upstairs and I got the telly on.

Big telly, small telly?
Medium size telly.

So it is your birthday, that’s why we’re calling, how you gonna celebrate?
I’m gonna hang out here, hopefully get some pressies and my parents take me out to dinner tonight.

How beautiful, what a beautiful thing. Anywhere posh?
I think it’s quite posh, yeah.

And look, we’ve actually got you some presents. Here are your presents, here. But Kim, they’re a bit big and they might not fit in the post, so how would you like us to get them to you?
What do you mean, bring them personally to me?

Well I suppose one of us could… if you’d like that.
Yeah, I would actually.

Well, we’ll have a look a bit later. (Gestures to other people in the room.) Okay Kim happy birthday, gotta go bye bye!

The Big Breakfast

Date
12 November 1993
Channel
Channel 4 (UK)

The last of five days The Big Breakfast, presented by Chris Evans and Kim Wilde. Special guests in the studio are Roxanne, Marty (jr.) and Joyce Wilde, they also appear on screen two times when Chris Evans focuses his attention on them.
The daily sketch involves ducks, which Chris and Kim are searching, so when Kim actually says “Duck!” Chris has no clue that he should in fact duck for the man with the ladder. An obviously unrehearsed bit of ‘comedy’…
Kim interviews the family of the week again, and a kid who has played soccer in a McDonald’s commercial. After all this, Chris and Kim drive off, and Kim’s week of presenting early morning TV programme’s is over.

The Big Breakfast

Date
11 November 1993
Channel
Channel 4 (UK)

The fourth of five days The Big Breakfast, presented by Chris Evans and Kim Wilde! The show starts off with Chris remarking that he’s been out with Kim the night before, and some more insinuations can be heard in the two hours after that.
Kim is again interviewing the family of this week and a man who has been in a trailer for almost six months by way of protesting.